REALMS is a landscape practice
(design, research, teaching, making).

Tied Across Time
Shifting Lubra
Complexities of Flood Disaster
A Landscape that has Never Existed
Trajectories of Practice Across Time
Agencies of the Present
Landscape is Knowledge
Fuel and the Himalayan Future
Open-ended Landscape
Belonging/Not Belonging
Emerging Hybridity & the New Vernacular
Willow and Water
At the Meeting of Earth and Sky
Passage & Discovery
Agency of a Path
Transient Materials
Fagopyrum tataricum



Trajectories of Practice Across Time:
Moving Beyond the Histories of Landscape Architecture

Landscape Research Journal
with Mariel Collard

Dane Carlson & Mariel Collard-Arias (2021) Trajectories of practice across time: moving beyond the histories of landscape architecture, Landscape Research, DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2021.1989393

“The established histories of landscape architecture are incongruous with emerging bodies of critical landscape practice. In response, we argue that, rather than adding more non euro-western case studies to an existing so-called canon, a different model for positioning our practices within and across time is needed. This model is founded in the understanding of landscape as a continuum of shifting relations across past, present, future. To illustrate, we turn to two examples of landscape making practice in North America that engage across time by intentionally situating their work within the landscape continuum. We do not present these as case studies to be absorbed by a discipline, but as examples for how our own landscape practices might engage with and across time. No history belongs to us. We belong to a continuum of landscape making spanning past, present, and many futures.”